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Old 07-04-2018, 11:19 AM
lon@carolon.net lon@carolon.net is offline
 
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Perhaps ASTM F2245-16c has different language than the older F2245-11? The FAA mandated the newer -16c version as of October 2017.. (see FAA NOA-17-01). I don't have a copy of it, nor do I want to pay $ to see it.
Does anyone have a copy of the 16c standard? I can’t find it online, without paying for it.

I also haven’t been able to find the FAA order that requires compliance with version 16c. Earlier versions required compliance with a plane’s POH, but did not itself prohibit flight in IMC.

As an aside, how can Americans be required to comply with a law that’s not available to be read unless it’s paid for?

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Old 07-04-2018, 08:57 PM
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Rob,

Iím not sure I follow the regulatory trail to the ASTM. The Operating Limits for my ELSA allow night and IFR operations if properly equipped. Are you referring to SLSA RV-12s?

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